Milan coach Leonardo has confirmed he will leave the club after Saturday night's match against Juventus.
The Brazilian has been tipped to leave the club for sometime, and now it's official.
He and CEO Adriano Galliani both announced the move during Friday afternoon's press conference.
Leonardo told the club's official website:
"We are here to communicate that we have decided to separate by mutual consent in a tranquil and serene manner just like our relationship has been over the years.
"There are no surprises. Everything has been clear today like always. We have reached the end.
"We have qualified for the Champions League which is what we wanted, and we decided this morning to make official the choice we made in Via Turati.
"The time has come to close, but we have done it with tranquility."
Galliani added: "I am sorry that we have decided to separate. But, we did it amicably and by mutual consent."
The club have not announced who will replace Leonardo yet, but Galliani said: "We have not made contact with other coaches. There is no rush."
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